tomeu at tomeuvizoso.net
Mon May 10 05:52:49 EDT 2010
On Sun, May 9, 2010 at 06:34, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at codewiz.org> wrote:
> I've installed patchwork and primed it with the last 2 months of mailing
> list archives:
> The result looks very neat. If we're nostalgic of the rigid workflow of
> bug trackers, each patch can be given a status and assigned to a
> What I liked about patchwork's design is that it doesn't get in the way
> of an ordinary developer sending a patch to the mailing list. You don't
> even need to know it exists!
> Please, register yourself with the email address you normally use for
> posting to the mailing list. I'll give out admin accounts to all module
> maintainers and sysadmins who would like to share the maintenance
> What do people think about it?
Looks pretty neat, thanks for spending some time in patch trackability.
I don't see though how we'd link patches to bug reports and feature
specs, do we have a way for that? IME is very useful when you dive
into a new codebase, to be able get to the rationale of changes when
it didn't got fully into the commit message.
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